Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Season 11 Episode 2

Divorce (1)

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Aired Unknown Feb 16, 1981 on PBS
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Divorce (1)
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Mr. McFeely relives memories of his wedding. Previewing the Neighborhood of Make-Believe storyline, Prince Tuesday befriends a girl whose parents are divorced.

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    David Newell

    David Newell

    Mr. McFeely (a deliveryman; aka "Speedy Delivery")

    Marilyn Barnett

    Marilyn Barnett

    Physical Education Teacher

    Maggie Stewart

    Maggie Stewart

    Mayor Maggie, the Mayor of Westwood

    Betsy Nadas

    Betsy Nadas

    Mrs. McFeely

    Mary Rawson

    Mary Rawson

    Cousin Mary Owl, X the Owl's Cousin

    David Nohling

    David Nohling

    Purple Panda

    Elaine Lynch

    Elaine Lynch

    Mrs. Bacardi, Patty Bacardi

    Guest Star

    Fred Rogers

    Fred Rogers

    Himself, puppet characters King Friday XIII, Queen Sara, Edgar Cooke, Cornflake S. Pecially, Henrietta Pussycat, X the Owl, Lady

    Recurring Role

    Betty Aberlin

    Betty Aberlin

    Lady Aberlin

    Recurring Role

    Don Brockett

    Don Brockett

    Chef Brockett (operated the town bakery 1968-1995)

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • Mister Rogers: Did you ever know any grown-ups who got married and then later they got a divorce? Well, it is something that people can talk about, and it's something important. I know a little girl and a little boy whose mother and father got a divorce...and those children cried and cried. Do you know why? Well, one reason was is because they thought it was all their fault. Of course, it wasn't their fault. Things like weddings, and having babies, and buying houses and cars, and getting divorces are all grown-up things.

      • Prince Tuesday: Well, I don't mind having good feelings, but I don't like the bad ones.
        Mr. McFeely: Well, I know how you feel, young man, but there's one thing I'd like to tell you.
        Prince Tuesday: What is that?
        Mr. McFeely: I'm sure glad to know you.
        Prince Tuesday: Why?
        Mr. McFeely: Because if you're concerned about feelings, you're growing up to be somebody who cares about people.
        Prince Tuesday: Well, I don't like people to be mad at each other.

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